Indigo Pearl Bonus Night Offer

Stay 3 nights and pay 2 at the Indigo Pearl, Phuket

 

Terms and conditions

Valid for new bookings

Applicable for stays between now and 31 October 2014

Breakfast included on free night

Offer valid for Premium Pearl Bed Suite, D-Buk and Pool Pavilion

Not combinable with any other promotions

Offer valid for residents of the following countries: Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Macau, Korea, Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia

Booking Period

11/07/2014 to 31/10/2014

The Slate Information

Location & Getting There

The Slate is a 5 minute drive from Phuket Airport and along one of Phuket's finest beaches, on the island's northern shore.

Accommodation

Designed with timber and brass, there is an exotic feel throughout each of the rooms and suites. The Premium Pearl Bed Suites are a 56-65 sqm oasis decked with outdoor terraces overlooking the sprawling vegetation. Ideal for families, the D-Buk Suites boast separate living and sleeping areas as well as a courtyard and two terraces. The Pool Pavilions offer 112 sqm of living area and their own plunge pool within a garden. The 7 Peal Shell Suites are each unique and filled with their own personallity and original artwork. Ranging from 550 to 2,500 sqm, the Private Pool Villas offer a truly unique and romantic experience with superb dining and living areas, perfect for entertaining guests. For the utmost private, there is nothing better than the Coqoon Spa Suite, a true haven of serenity

Facilities

- Tennis court
- 2 adult pools and 1 kids pool
- Spa
- Gym with in-house instructors
- Water sports activities
- Kids Club
- Flower boutique
- Dining: 3 restaurants, 1 bar, 1 café

Activities

Though Phuket's main pull is the countless water activities available, the island will always delight by its colourful markets, historic streets and lush vegetation

Children

Children are well cared for at The Slate with a fanstastic kids club offering activities such as origami, mask making, Xbox One and hair weaving. Baby-sitting services can also be arranged on request

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